RZA: Martin Shkreli ' Has the Power to Do Something Cool' "If he wants to be philanthropic, he can do something that can allow more people to hear the record," producer says of controversial buyer of Wu-Tang album "I think it's a great idea, and there has been talk about it.There are a few wheels in motion with one done by our first cousin Rayshawn; he was the young guy there watching everything that happened," RZA tells .
With this project, I hope to strengthen the bond between fan and artist.
Boombotix puts the artist back in your hands so you can stay connected to your music.
The ‘spoken word’ develops her verbal strength and propels her toward her rap goals.
The Lionsgate film is directed by Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA. Deadline notes: Banks plays an aspiring twentysomething rapper who wants a career in hip-hop but is torn by her parents’ dreams that she finish college. While matriculating, she finds herself in the classroom; she experiences the true calling of the power of the spoken word, which helps her goals as a hip-hop artist. I’m extremely excited and vigorously inspired to be working with Azealia Banks in my new directorial installment.
I didn’t know.” Despite being warned by music-industry insiders that Banks, 25, was prone to erratic behavior, RZA took her under his wing by lining up record-deal talks and casting Banks in his upcoming movie, “Coco” (due next year) — all before the incident.
Like many early fans who tipped her for success and praised her 2014 debut album, “Broke With Expensive Taste,” RZA still believes in her talent.
"From the age of six, me and [ODB] used to push shopping carts around grocery stores and try to get nickels.
There are very few people who know the real him as much as me.
“They say you don’t get that sense of humility until you’re 25.